New Clinical Informatics Fellows Begin Training July, 2015

DBHi is looking for talented informatics professionals for our current available positions..

Lead Analyst Jeff Miller visits AP Bio students at a local high school.

Dr. Taylor will lead the multidiscipliary bioinformatics team at CHOP.

With the rapid increase of genetic testing and wider availability of whole genome sequencing, medical pedigrees have expanded to capture families’ genetic mutations. Pedigrees now capture positive results for mutations that may potentially render the individual susceptible to cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other diseases.

The Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMi) is now The Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics (DBHi) at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Please be patient with us as we update this site and other communications.

CHOP's Dr. Alexander Fiks presents "Use of Clinical Decision Support to Improve Medication Management."

The video is available here..

Congratulations to the 2014 graduating class for Temple's Post-Bac Healthcare Informatics Certificate. 

Earn Your Temple Post-Bac Health Informatics Certificate. There are still some open spots. Classes will take place on the CHOP campus. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more info.

The Guidelines Into Decision Support (GLIDES) is one of two projects funded by Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to demonstrate best practices for developing localized CDS tools from evidence-based care guidelines. This video tells the story of how a team at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia used GLIDES tools to create a CDS module that improved the administration of the RSV vaccine for children who were born prematurely. See the video.

People with disabilities can live a full life, but the key is achieving and maintaining health and wellness. The U.S. Surgeon General’s “call to action” report, published in 2005, illustrates this vital connection, yet presents significant health disparities for people with disabilities including access to care, risk factors, and outcomes. Read the article in User Experience by CBMi's Lead Human Computer Interaction Specialist Dean Karavite here..